Speed reading is a technique that is increasingly in the interest. It gives people the ability to make the entire day much more productive. Of course, there are also many computer programs in this category arise. The Dutch UseClark provides, among other things, a free Chrome extension to make web sites quickly to be able to read.
UseClark is a Dutch company that, among other workshops organised. There are people in a short period of time, the techniques taught that are necessary for the speed reading. In addition, they develop software and apps.
For the mobile smartphone and tablet apps should be paid, but the Chrome extension is completely free. This extension contains three useful features that speed reading also make it possible for untrained users.
The first feature is called "X-ray", English for röntgenscan. This will be the most important words to the context of the story to understand bolded. The rest of the words is slightly faded. This will put the emphasis very strongly on the most important text snippets are.
With the second function light each word one at a time. This will help you to move faster through a text than you normally would. Because of all of the photos and the rest of the design of the site under a darker layer to lead this also, not the story.
The last function automatically displays a summary of the story, which you can then print or share.
UseClark is a very useful Chrome extension that is suitable for both more experienced and novice snellezers.
UseClark has the following characteristics:
You can free download UseClark and safe install the latest trial or new full version for Windows 10 (x32, 64 bit) from the official site.